FLEET MANAGEMENT

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Identification data o (for example, license plate number, chassis number) Measurement data o height, width Transport-relevant data o weight, maximum load weight, maximum load volume Planning data o criteria based on which the fleet object should be REPLACED Further attributes o fuel card number, o key number o Engine data  engine type,  engine power,  number of revolutions per minute,  cubic capacity Fuel and lubrication data o fuel type, o oil type A customer-defined screen section for your individual fleet data » Driver Monitoring & Reports » Graphs » Alerts

Fleet Management You can display the consumption data in the fleet master at all times if you have correctly maintained the calculation method. The following analysis data is necessary:

Total counter reading of the primary counter The system determines the overall counter reading for the primary counter from the measurement document last entered for this counter.

Total counter reading of the consumption-relevant fuel counter The system determines the overall counter reading for the consumption-relevant fuel counter from the measurement document last entered for this counter.

Average daily vehicle activity (for example, the distance traveled in kilometers per day) in the long and short term

liters per day) in the short and long term Average vehicle consumption (for example. • • . how many liters on average does the vehicle consume per 62.14 mi? How many liters does the vehicle consume on average per operating hour? How many miles on average can a vehicle travel with 100 liters of fuel?) Date of next scheduled service (only if you perform maintenance planning).• Average daily fuel consumption (for example.